Ah right. Well how could anyone do as good in a Sauber or Force India ?
One of the main problems at the moment is that there is too many drivers and not enough teams. Perez, Di Resta, Rosberg, Kobayashi, Sutil, Glock, Kovalainen, Buemi and Algersuari all deserve better cars but because there isn't enough teams to suit each driver, there are a lot of good drivers being forced to stay in a Mid Field or even a "Back-Of-The-Grid" Team.
With only 6 good spaces in 3 top teams and about 10 drivers that could fill them. There will always be some drivers who are forced out of F1, forced to struggle with an underpowered car or end up in a team they shouldn't be in. There has been a surge of new drivers in the last few years but not many drivers retiring.
It's all about money now. Take Heidfeld for example, a great driver who could fight with the best in 2007 and 2008 with BMW. But the world of F1 see's him as another basic german driver who has never won a race. While Maldonado is seen as a young Venezulean driver with loads of sponsors BUT HE IS ACTUALLY ONE OF THE WORST DRIVERS.
There needs to be about 3 more teams, not slow teams though, fast teams. We need about 5 top teams and for some of the older drivers to retire. Schumacher should be out, so should Trulli and Barrichello (Painful to say that). Bring in Chandhok, Vergne, Hulkenberg and some other drivers into the Midfield and all the Good Midfield drivers can move up to better teams.
More teams fighting for wins, more excitment. Drivers being in the correct cars, more excitement.#
Oh god, I need to stop doing rants about F1. Next I will be doing a rant about Sky and Bernie Ecclestone...
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